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it up to washington d.c., is that right or wrong? i am dave asbin. we'll go to steve and rich and mike and john, you love this idea and think it is good for the whole, country explain. >> one of the scandal is not the deficits, but the fact that federal government collects 2.5 trillion. with the consumption or sales tax, this is the lone way we can limit how much money gets to the federal government and more businesses would be created and jobs and the federal government would not be penalizing our work and we would get more work and jobs. >> sounds good to me, rick, to you? >> here's the problem. i will not touch incredibly regressive nature of this. >> by regressive, it hits the poor more than the rich? >> exactly. put the brakes on a economy, imagine what happens here. first of all, to keep the revenue neutral, you are looking at a 20r 30 percent sales tax . add that to the state tax that governor gindale wants to add. no one will be able to afford it or go shopping. >> steve, this is a country of experiment ground . the states experiment with things that might do better. >> there a
to washington -- >> who cared about the consumer. >> -- that steve rattner supported. >> i think i know where we're going. >> if only there were that person. you could just check them off. >> you know what? there is. >> steve didn't support him. >> absolutely. you are going to come around on elizabeth warren. you just are. who doesn't? elizabeth warren said this on the issue. aig's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin. and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough. steve. >> so i agree with elizabeth warren who's completely right. >> that's all i need to hear. you just made my morning. >> january 9th of the new session. >> check right there. >> it's amazing what a victory does. >> come on. >> something about 1,000 fathers and orphans. >> something like that. something like that. so i'm curious, mika. i'm reading "the new york times," as i do every morning. >> oh, yes. >> and i'm hurt. i am hurt because you always told me, and this is why, of
hostile to media. and it works for them because they had enough innovation to get away with it. >> steve jobs was terrific with marketing but lousy with puerto rico. they refused to say how ill he was or what he had. he was the ceo. that was material information. he stayed alive with cancer long enough to build up his successor and build strength so when he died the stock did not go down. john: occasionally bad news can be good for business. like the tragic killing of trayvon martin may have helped skittles. he only had a bag of skittles that was the scene of the protest that followed. >> marching with signs and skittles in honor of trayvon martin rallying wearing a hoodies and carrying skittles. john: skittles said they will not commented its import -- inappropriate to get involved. >> our condolences go out for all involved but we will not exploit this for commercial purposes. by saying that is precisely the way to do it. >> that is an example where a company over thinking that puerto rico gets in the way of word-of-mouth. there is no more powerful thing than people talking to other pe
. and then after that we did steve o'donnell's show, then rob burnette was our head writer for a long time and we did his show. i liked the fact that these people were all smarter and funnier than i was. because i don't know what i am doing. >> is this self-deprecation or you believe that. >> i think it's true. >> they were doing their show rather than your show. >> yeah, yeah, and it's a great relief because you then learn from them while they're doing it. and you can compliment what they're doing or personalize it to make yourself fit in. >> here's an interesting thing. this whole notion of the kennedy honors is recognizing something about your contribution. what johnny carson meant to you, you mean to jimmy kimmel. and others. and do you have any sense of that? i mean dow appreciate that. >> jimmy kimmel is a case, he's been very nice to me. he's a nice kid and been very gracious to me. and to the point where it's made me self-conscious. and i start thinking about what this is. and the comparison that he had made that you are to me what carson was to you. and the difference is all i really hav
't tough enough or they're not viewed as tough enough to handle the pentagon. and steve clemens on "rachel d maddow" made a point that swayed me. >> the democrats that came in many of them that came in with president obama and also part of the concern that americans don't trust democrats to deploy power to be forceful in the world have adopted in many of the institutions they have built in four to five to six years a pentagon hugging strategy of not wanting to reform or cut because of the fear that they will be considered vietnam democrats, anti-military democrats. >> and i think there's some truth to that and i do think in this time where we are going to be looking at cutting the pentagon's budget and scaling back our military to a certain extent, i do think maybe republican would be better positioned to do that and wouldn't be, especially one who's served in the vietnam war wouldn't be subject to the criticisms in the same way a democrat could be. >> part of obama's calculus. >> i will say i would like to see some women picked for some positions. maybe obama needs to borrow some of the
to be a cool entrepreneur. we want a world where our kids can grow up and be the next steve jobs. i don't think it iss gone or dead. but the headlines are not that good. wayne what would you say. >> they have to get used to a different standard of living. we have live indeed a great period of time . joathon said it is not going to continue. pick up the paper. i read the no times just this past week. there is it a professor in georgetown university. excuse me let me finish. a professor who wants to get rid of the constitution . we have poom teaching in our schools that garbage. you can't be having an educational system that gets rid of the constitution and think tre is it a future in the united states. >> my mom said how great the 50s were and maybe she is marjorie thank you for joining us this week. >> thank you . >> coming up. i hope losing weight is not your new year's resolution. packing on the pounds
. >> there we go. >> i don't think -- >> pimco -- >> you know i'm thinking of steve jobs and -- >> i know. >> it's -- >> i'm going to do it with my ipad, too. anyway when we come back. an interesting -- interest rate decision from the bank of england is just a few minutes away. plus president obama set to nominate jack lou as treasury today. roger altman will join us on set as our guest host for the next hour. "squawk" will be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> talking treasury. who is america's new top money man? the nomination of jack lew and what this means for the markets. reaction from former deputy treasury secretary roger altman. >>> stocks in focus. the most important themes for investors. get the names before trading begins, with jason trennert. >> and the herbalife war of words. >> herbalife is a pyramid scheme. >> now another activ
wall street journal"'s steve moore. steve, a disturbing series of events, to put it mildly. >> no question about it, neil. and, look, we have a three-branch system of government in washington. the president is the chief of the executive branch, that means the president doesn't make the laws, he executes the laws that congress passes. and, you know, i'm in austin, texas, today. here in texas everybody's been talking about this. what is with all these executive orders? what gives the president the authority to do this? and the one that, you know, i'm most interested in, obviously, is whether the president will try to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling without approval of congress. and that is the scuttlebutt right now in washington, that the president is simply going to do it whether congress authorizes that extension or not. neil: you know, sabrina, it's odd that this is occurring the same week we saw the movie "lincoln" honored with 12 oscar nods. of course, a lot of people point to the fact that abraham lincoln, you know, habeas corpus went way after and way beyond what c
has new details on steve cohen. melissa: you are always controversial. charlie: here is what is interesting about steve cohen. in february, as they see faces a window of redemptions. here is what we know. fac officials are screaming to prevent massive reductions. they are currently contacting and holding one-on-one meetings with investors. they are essentially saying that despite everything, the investigation -- a wells notice has been given. despite all of that, they think that steve cohen we'll be okay. they may get a large fine. they think they are facing charges. they will not be indicted. it will not be a criminal case. keep your money with us. the bottom line is this, you do not know until february. investors essentially hate this type of controversy. some very large investors have put holds on the stocks. i can also tell you, steve cohen and these guys are very aggressive. they are out there trying to get large investors to stay with it. they will come out after the story. these are different one-on-one meetings. this is crisis mode. they think there is a very good lik
be confirmed pretty easily. even though he has tough questioning at confirmation. >> let's bring in steve liesman. he is low drama, low confrontation. he doesn't have wall street regulatory. who is lew? >> i think the first theng i will do is begin the series of puns beginning with jack lew's name. let me say more about jack lew, we call this one, you don't know jack. >> of course you do. >> this is a financial education. beginning with harvard and georgetown. but that never disqualified anybody. tip o'neill 93 and '94, special to president clinton. and that's what john harwood was talking about. incredible expertise with the budget. moving on in 2006, new york university as executive advice president. then a stint at citigroup. first at global wealth management and next in a controversy by the way that comes up with a large bonus he got while citigroup was getting tart money. finally reenter the administration. i'm sure the administration will make a cot of, as secretary in charge of of resource management. and second stint of omb. then white house chief of staff to the present. let's lo
plan. steve liesman is here on what you are hearing. how concerned are they? >> there is concern and it takes two forms, sue. two separate fault lines that developed over the fed. you are -- well, that the easy one. the economy meeting what we call the substantial improvement in labor market quicker than others do. they are worried about substantial group in the balance sheet and adjusting it once they stave off inflation. here is what they said about three different folks with the fed. another group a few others say we need considerable policy. that is qe. but they frnt telling us how long it gez on for. this other group called several others that say it is appropriate to slow or stop purchases well before the end of 2013. they site concerns about financial stability or the size of the balance sheet. here is what i understood to be some of those concerns. big balance sheet obviously could lead to inflation. they could be at a loss or make payments to the bank. as interest rates go up, principal gez down. payment to banks would come from interest on reserve in order to sequester
be loosened, tightened, changed, or do you want to see them enforced in a different manner? steve is in las vegas, democrats line. hi, steve. caller: hi, good morning. the issue is, this could have been taken care of 30, 40, 50 years ago. i'm you need to do in this country was be genuinely be sincere about resolving the issue. all they need to do is speak to the native born mexican americans about the issues with the illegal -- the mexicans americans have been staunch, completely against foreign-born, illegal mexicans coming in here, taking the jobs, completely disrespecting the native-born mexican americans. never in any issue have they mentioned the mexican americans to c-span or fox or cnn. nobody talks about the mexican americans about how they feel about the foreign-born, illegal mexicans that are coming here disrespecting the employers in this country, go off the carpet for the foreign-born mexicans, and it's completely disrespect to mexican americans. host: steve, are you a mexican american? caller: yes, i am. i'm 5 years old. host: thanks for your call. let's look at some stats tha
of virgin atlantic. he's going to assume that job as of february 1st. current ceo steve ridgeway is retiring after 11 years on the job. >> let's welcome our two guest hosts who will be with us for the next two hours. first up we have senator ron johnson who is a member of the commerce and budget committees. also john allison, former bb&t ceo, also president of cato. welcome to the both of you. we have a lot to discuss with you. first we want to get to some of the things we're going to be talking about over the next two hours. guys, we have you here because we have some serious issues. things that are facing our nation and i know you both have some very serious thoughts about them. >> true. >> senator, you brought some cups that i think lay out some of your concerns. >> listen, what i like to talk about, obviously, is how do you start decreasing the level of uncertainty, bring certainly back to this economy, you know, restore confidence so we can get our economy growing again which is the primary, that's the best way to solving our fiscal situation. i think the other problem we've got to solv
and steve moore. steve, let's go to you first. based on our conversations this week, you like this deal a little bit more than i do. why don't you make the west case for doing it for the deal? >> this was for republicans eat your spinach moment. i don't see any other alternative to what happened. look, i think this is rampant deal for so many reasons. i think it's for the economy, my point is that i don't think republicans have much choice. you talk to john boehner and for mitch mcconnell the president would not budge one inch on cutting spending. he had no interests in doing that. the republicans believe, i think they were probably right, they had gone into 2013 without this tax issue resolved, they would be pummeled day after day. i hate the deal but i think it was the least
them, and let me introduce them briefly. steve gluckstern, raise your hand, steve, steve is the chairman of mortgage resolution partners, a firm that has developed a proposal to reduce mortgage principal using eminent domain and in discussions with municipal governments across the country. steve co-founded alternative asset management firms as met trust company and capital z partners as well as center reinsurance. congressman brad miller is a recently-retired representative from north carolina's 13th district. during his five terms as the house -- excuse me, during his five terms in the house, congressman miller served as a leading champion for consumers in the fight against predatory mortgage lending and bad servicing practices. tom deutsch, there, is the executive director of the american securitization forum, an association for investors, issuers and other stakeholders in the securities industry that has opposed the call for using eminent domain for mortgages. previously, tom was an associate at wickersham and taft llt and at mckee nelson llp where he worked on residen
looks at some of it is hard, which they have been looking at steve, looking at microscopic way since 2007. 2012. >> he is a big fish, it did catch for the government. charlie: that is a long time. now this thing with the drug stocks is interesting. he had to explain his trade. he had to explain her mother was a conversation. clearly the government wants to know what was said. >> happy new year, kind of missed you, oddly enough. charlie: in between the glasses of wine. >> the closing bell will ring, we have 28 minutes to go. one company coming up with breakthroughs in the fight against cancer targeting bad cells while leaving the good ones untouched. a process called nanotechnology coming up in a fox business exclusive. we will get an update on our financials read cannot afford to miss that. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b mical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare
the keynote at replacing steve ballmer and bill gates. a mobile company is a keynote at a consumer technology show. what does that symbolize in terms of the direction the consumer technology? >> everybody knows a smart phones have become so popular. mobile computing, computing is going mobile so microsoft built the new windows on top of our chips for example, so it is just now we will see it enabling technology. in particular consumer electronics. tvs, game consoles, all those things we traditionally think in consumer electronics. shibani: you are sort of the brains behind that technology. it is sort of the meaning that the horsepower, the engine is the driver for things rather than the device. what do you think of that? speak we can go to the store and i device but we want them to get a little bit more about -- ashley: we go to the tech conference in las vegas and guess what happens. sandra: giving us the best. ashley: will be going back to ces in las vegas. liz claman will be talking with panasonic on what they have on tap to attract consumers. with new technology in their tv. sandra: they'
flood of identity theft. steve brown with that controversy live from chicago. steve. >> reporter: jon, the bipartisan group of lawmakers who are pushing this legislation have been pushing safety and savings. that if the estimated quarter million unlicensed, undocumented drivers in the state of illinois were to get licenses, pass a driver's test they may are more likely to buy insurance and therefore the highways would be safer and insurance premiums would go down. for the folks in the his ace community in the state of illinois, a growing group for sure it would remove one of the potential consequences of unlicensed driving. >> have you to be extra careful, right? any kind of violation doesn't lead just to a ticket u know, it leads to an arrest and possible deportation. >> reporter: the state senate has already approved this measure. the state house we are told will vote today. the expectation is that it will pass. democratic governor pat quinn will sign it into law. there have been voices of objection including one state senate democrat voting no on the measure saying it's the cart be
steve allen was on. that's when jack paar was on. that's when johnny carson was on. look at you. you're a real film director now. >> reporter: kimmel's been doing this ten years. he's now ready. >> there were times when i hoped the show would be canceled, you know? >> reporter: why? >> because it's brutal. it's a lot easier now than it was. the celebrities know who i am. that's a big part of it. there's times when i'd sit there and interview a guest and have a difficult time getting their attention. >> reporter: now, nearly everyone knows who he is. >> kids are really all i have left. they don't know who i am. they don't know where i'm coming from or where i'm getting at. so, i like to talk to them. what is the difference between a boy and a girl? >> reporter: we just watched you spend a whole day trying to make children say bathroom words. this is a job? >> this is what i do for a living. it's ridiculous, i know. >> reporter: i think you should drop the bit when you disappoint children. >> you do? you don't like that? what happened to you as a child that strikes a nerve? is there so
. host: this next caller is steve in missouri. caller: the slide that showed just a moment ago represents the state of our country. if you really look at it, we are losing the group that was the most self-reliant in this country. and the other folks are becoming more and more dependent upon government. the other comment i would like to make is that if we would change the programs so that politicians actually had to rely on these programs as well as the rest of the country, maybe there would be some motivation to change the programs. guest: that is an interesting point. the silent generation, has some of them call them, those folks who are pre-baby boom, but post- .reatest generation projec a lot of them came of age in the truman and eisenhower years. it is a generation that has been a bit more skeptical of government all along. they have never been terribly supportive of the government is expanding and taking on a bigger role. not so much as the generation that preceded them, who came out of the new deal era and world war ii and sought a much more powerful role for government in our socie
steve katz. why do you support that the county don't ought to be giving this information to the press? >> i think that what the journal news has done is so irresponsible. we've seen it already in westchester and in rockland, you've got, for example, a woman who is in my district called up, she has been plagued by a stalker for years. she moved for two years, she was safe, hasn't heard a thing. after this list was published, two days later she received a hundred phone calls that were hangups. that's horrifying. and so, that's just one example what we're hearing in rockland county, you're hearing about law enforcement agencies and corrections officers who the inmates are telling them that we now know where you live. >> let's just be honest, the journal news didn't do this in order to enhance public safety, this was an editorial of sorts designed to make the point that gps are scary and legal gun ownership is a threat to our safety? >> worse than that they basically made a dream map for perpetrators, for criminals, for stalkers. this is an interactive map that shows where they live. you
that aside, yes, steve, this has become the norm. in this day and age, nothing ever happens until that has to happen because the hyper partisanship and the polarization in congress, and so while we all were glad on new year's day or new year's eve this other issue as we also know we have three other issues coming up by the end of march that we have to deal with. >> this is from tom manley and norm freehery. it's worse than it looks and they have five myths about 112 congress and i want to share one of them because a lot of references in the 80th congress referred to as the do nothing congress which by the way past 906 laws including the marshall plan which they say was one of the most consequential in the 20th century. it created the defense department and the national security with the sweeping reorganization on the security apparatus in contrast in the 112 congress enacted the smallest number in the modern history. including the 40 that were post office and commemorative resolutions. >> we have plenty of laws and the problem we have is some are stupid and we need to get rid of to read th
and your readers, a piece for "atlantic monthly," go on the atlantic site, steve wrote a great piece from a credible perspective about senator hagel's relationship with the lgbt community. we will have a chance in senate hearings for on senator hagel to address this head on. i suspect maybe he is second only to rg3 this morning in terms of washington's bandwidth. i expect they will be well attended and highly viewed. >> not bad company to be in. a quick question on iran. that's a whole other category and lots of questions. if you look, a long record of opposing sanctions on iran. look at what the president has done, he has aggressively and increasingly ramped up sanctions on iran. seems completely contradict trooe ry on that front. >> he has a report of opposing unilateral sanctions on iran. he was supportive of multilateral sanctions on iran. they are, woulding to some affect. he is opposed to unilateral sanctions, because is he very clear on the threat that iran poses, and the danger iran poses, but he doesn't think unilateral sanctions are effective. he thinks they isolate the united s
, but it is not absolute. -- confluence of interest, but it is not absolute. host: steve, republican collar. caller: i would like to know what countries have recently gone oil contracts over this whole thing. -- recently gotten oil contracts over this whole thing. guest: there is not a lot of oil in afghanistan. there are huge mineral rights, which have been purchased to great extent by china. the oil in iraq has been purchased by a number of countries. they have purchased the rights to extract and sell that oil. the iraqi industries on an upswing right now, and it is one of the reasons that the world prices have stabilized, and some suspect may even go down. the united states did not do a particularly good job of getting its share of that business for a number of reasons. and certainly, in afghanistan, the united states is not benefiting economically from the investment is making. it is likely that china will be the beneficiary long term of the u.s. affected afghanistan if afghanistan does stabilize because of the mineral resources there. for those who suspect that we conduct wars for economic intere
somebody to ask them why is the second amendment sang row sang when they have no problem with steve king trying to pass a law to change the 14th amendment, redefine it regarding the citizenship. they have no problem passing anti-abortion laws when the supremes have deemed that women have that right. they pick and choose the constitution just like they pick and choose the bible. >> stephanie: yeah and they spending how much time and taxpayer money trying to repeal the affordable care act. >> caller: exactly. not once when they bring up their precious second amendment -- and i'm a gun owner. i got my first gun at 12. nobody challenges -- why is your amendment and your part of the constitution more senkrosck -- what about the right to pursue life and happiness? >> stephanie: yeah. somebody put it that way, pat. where does your right to own a gun supersede my right to not get shot. >> caller: exactly. i grew up in a family of alcoholics and domestic abuse, and if we had guns around we would all be dead. and i throw things at the tv and my dog runs away screaming,
happens. >> stephanie: exactly. steve doocy fox and friends. >> you have the main stream media beating the drum all day long about how the republican-lead house -- >> the senate does nothing. >> yeah you never hear about how they haven't passed a budget in three and a half years something like that. it's all about those darn republicans in the house versus the president of the united states. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> oh good grief. >> what was the point of that? >> stephanie: that it's the democrats in the senate that are obstructionists? [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> they filibustered more than any other senate in the history of the senate. >> but doocy conveniently forgot that. >> it was more of fox and friends attempt to try to make their audience feel like they are getting what they came there for. there is a liberal bias and only fox is going to give them the truth. they should keep the relationship going. you can ask sean hannity what happens when you lie to your audience. >> stephanie: yes. >> by the way mitt romney why isn't he singing the national anthem? >> st
. and the white house -- "the wall street journal" writer who sat with him, steve moore from the editorial page, said boehner looked battle weary. and he really took some shots at the president, talking about how he was overly ideological, quoting back how when he kept saying to the president, we have a spending problem, speaker boehner says that president obama said to him, you know, john, i'm tired of hearing you say that. whatever bond these two had over the fact that they both had difficult constituencies seems to be broken. >> mike allen going to be back in our next hour to talk dangling participles. >> gerunds. >> alex has the definition of gerund. he's going to tell a waiting america that definition now. >> a gerund is a form that is derived from a verb but that functions as a noun. >> oh, wow! i like it when you say it like that, alex. >> i think we've got a spending problem. >> that's weird. >>> up next -- >> and joe, mika, real quick, also just while i've been on the air, we've been told that along with senator hagel today, the president also will be nominating john brannen to head th
gave up and the other one is still going. steve squire's from cornell said put it in writing that what those to have done in the past five years could have been done in one week if we have human intelligence. we are in a second time delay to control those robots. that's what i'm proposing. we go to the moon of mars so we control those robots. just like we do not from the earth's surface of the earth but recently announced a stable point on the far side of the moon so that we can look at the south pole where there are traders that hold a lot of shadows. it's very cold, there or ice crystals, and that's where the u.s. wants to establish a base on the moon. if we forget about the moon and don't go there with anything, do you think that will happen? no because china will decide where the base is going to be. we know more about the moon than any other country. we've been there. why should we turn over leadership? and it's going to take a strong leader to the search that we will build the infrastructure to help other people. we should put the first habitation not for people to go there but s
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